Group Visits

If you run a group, or perhaps you support veterans, senior citizens or disabled people and would like to arrange a mid-week (Monday to Thursday) private group visit to the museum then please get in touch to find out more. Parking, disabled parking, room for coaches and special event overflow parking available, free of charge.

Young people

We have a group of young pupils and students who have been working in our 'display' trenches and running tours of the WW2 gunline for our visitors. Fully kitted out in uniform they are knowledgeable, helpful and polite. Visitors are always most complementary about the way they act. We always welcome young people with a wish to learn more about the war years. Children too (with adults) are welcome to visit the Museum and those who do come regularly, frequently return with other relatives for additional visits.

Wheelchair friendly and Age friendly

The main Exhibition Halls, pathways, Ration Book Café, outdoor and covered eating areas are wheelchair accessible. In the halls there are seating areas and seating outside is also available. We offer disabled toilet facilities and disabled parking and our volunteers are always ready to help and arrange contact with certain exhibits when asked. Assistance Dogs are always welcome. We are also proud to be recipients of the YMCA Age-friendly Business award. Thanks to Tesco's Community Grant and the Lincolnshire CO-OP Community Fund we also have a Defibrillator available for use in case of emergencies. (Electrician Mark pictured)